Synonyms for alligator_lizard or Related words with alligator_lizard

alligator_lizard_elgaria              baird_girard              crested_caracara              desert_horned_lizard              ring_necked_snake              platyrhinos              snake_heterodon              chorus_frog_pseudacris              kingsnake_lampropeltis_getula              screamer_chauna              spiny_lizard              ringneck_snake              diadophis_punctatus              pocket_gopher              hog_nosed              indigo_snake_drymarchon              leopard_frog              lizard_sceloporus              helmeted_curassow              short_tailed_shrew              bottae              garter_snake_thamnophis              ensatina              elephant_seal_mirounga              tamandua              catenatus              kingsnake_lampropeltis              rattlesnake_crotalus              caracara              sphenocephalus              septentrionalis              cotton_rat_sigmodon              klauberi              sceloporus              sierrae              blarina_brevicauda              grasshopper_mouse_onychomys              bog_lemming_synaptomys              crotalus              masticophis              redbelly_snake              phrynosoma              caurinus              gopher_thomomys              chihuahuan              water_snake_nerodia              pygmy_owl              dekayi              arizonensis              garter_snake             



Examples of "alligator_lizard"
Three subspecies can be distinguished: the California alligator lizard ("E. m. multicarinata"), the San Diego alligator lizard ("E. m. webbii"), and the Oregon alligator lizard ("E. m. scincicauda").
Abronia leurolepis is an arboreal alligator lizard that is endemic to Mexico. Its common name is smoothback arboreal alligator lizard.
Abronia campbelli, commonly known as Campbell's alligator lizard, is species of critically endangered arboreal alligator lizard in the family Anguidae. "Abronia campbelli" is endemic to eastern Guatemala.
The southern alligator lizard ("Elgaria multicarinata") is a lizard native to the Pacific coast of North America. It is common throughout Southern California and can be found in grasslands, chaparral, and forests as well as urban areas. In dry climates, it is likely to be found in moist areas or near streams. Three subspecies can be distinguished: the California alligator lizard ("E. m. multicarinata"), the San Diego alligator lizard ("E. m. webbii"), and the Oregon alligator lizard ("E. m. scincicauda").
Abronia frosti, the Frost's arboreal alligator lizard or Salvador arboreal alligator lizard, is a species of lizard found in two isolated locations in Honduras. One population in the La Paz Department and a smaller population in the Intibucá Department.
Abronia ochoterenai is a species of arboreal alligator lizard described in 1939 by .
Abronia ornelasi is a species of arboreal alligator lizard described in 1984 by Jonathan A. Campbell.
Abronia chiszari is an endangered species of arboreal alligator lizard endemic to east-central Mexico.
Abronia mitchelli is a species of arboreal alligator lizard described in 1982 by Campbell.
Abronia fuscolabialis is an endangered arboreal alligator lizard described in 1944 by Tihen.
The Panamint alligator lizard, ("Elgaria panamintina"), is a species of lizard in the Anguidae family.
Abronia graminea is an endangered arboreal alligator lizard described in 1864 by Cope.
Frost's arboreal alligator lizard ("Abronia frosti" ) is a species of lizard endemic to Central America.
An alligator lizard is any one of various kinds of lizards that have some shared characteristics.
The isthmian alligator lizard is viviparous, meaning that as with mammals, the females bear live young.
Abronia reidi is a species of arboreal alligator lizard described in 1961 by John E. Werler and Frederick A. Shannon.
Abronia matudai is a species of endangered arboreal alligator lizard described in 1946 by Hartweg and Tihen.
Abronia ramirezi is species of arboreal alligator lizard described in 1994 by Campbell. The species is endemic to Mexico.
Abronia taeniata is a vulnerable species of arboreal alligator lizard described in 1828 by Arend Friedrich August Wiegmann.
Abronia martindelcampoi is an endangered species of arboreal alligator lizard described in 2003 by Flores-Villela and Sánchez-Herrera.